- A Globus Primer
- Globus Is Modular!
- Installing GT
- Platform Notes
- GT Developer's Guide
- GT User's Guide
- Migrating Guides
- GSI C
- GSI Java
- Java WS A&A
- C WS A&A (coming soon)
- Delegation Service
Globus Toolkit installer, from Globus Toolkit download page
Ant 1.6.2+. Do not use the Ant distributed with Fedora Core 2, or other recent RedHat/Fedora distributions (RHEL3, Scientific Linux 3.0.x, FC3/4).
C compiler. If gcc, avoid version 3.2. Versions 3.2.1 and 2.95.x are okay.
Openssl 0.9.7 or later. For linux systems, this includes the -devel version of the package.
gpt-3.2autotools2004 (shipped with the installers, but required if building standalone GPT bundles/packages)
A Relational Database Server (RDBMS) that supports ODBC (we provide instructions for both PostgreSQL and MySQL [olink to appendix]):
- If you use PostgreSQL, you'll also need psqlODBC (the ODBC driver for PostgreSQL).
- If you use MySQL, you'll also need the MyODBC (Connector/ODBC) packages. MySQL's top level installation directory must be specified. By default these are assumed to be in $GLOBUS_LOCATION.
- The package is used to interface to the ODBC layer of the RDBMS.
The location of iODBC and the
odbc.inifile must be specified before installing the RLS server.
Tomcat (required by WebMDS, optional for other services) - Make sure to download it directly from the Apache web site.